Sunday, August 15, 2010


A couple of weeks ago Judy asked me if I would make some aprons for the kindergarten Sunday School class and I was happy to. Last week I got some fabric at Hancock's and spent most of yesterday sewing them. She had brought the current apron one her kids had used (this apron was like the Skin Horse - all worn out from years of love) and had been in the SS class for many years. I used it as a pattern. They didn't take long to make and it was fun. Sewing is therapeutic, like cross-stitch used to be for me (when I could see the tiny stitches well enough to do it!) So now sister Sher and daughter Amy have requested aprons.

The last one was made from a pattern of a bib without the crumb-catcher.

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